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  1. National Power Training InstituteAn ISO 9001 : 2000 & ISO 14001 : 2004 Organization(Ministry of Power, Govt. of India)Sector-33, Faridabad-121003, Haryana(website: www.npti.in) Salient Features of AICTE approved Courses Offered by NPTI Institutes B.E. (Power Engineering) Nagpur, Maharashtra

  2. ABOUT NPTI National Power Training Institute (NPTI), an ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 organization, under Ministry of Power, Govt. of India is a National Apex body for Training and Human Resources Development in Power Sector with its Corporate Office at Faridabad. NPTI had been providing its dedicated service for more than four decades. NPTI operates on an all India basis through its nine Institutes in different zones of the country as per details below:- Northern Region: 1. NPTI Corporate Office, Faridabad 2. NPTI (Northern Region), Badarpur, New Delhi 3. NPTI (Hydro Power Training Centre), Nangal

  3. Southern Region: 4. NPTI (Power System Training Institute), Bengaluru 5. NPTI (Hot Line Training Centre), Bengaluru 6. NPTI (Southern Region), Neyveli Eastern & North Eastern Region: 7. NPTI (Eastern Region), Durgapur 8. NPTI (North Eastern Region), Guwahati Western Region: 9. NPTI (Western Region), Nagpur  NPTI conducts following industry-interfaced academic programs with the objective to create a pool of committed and competent professionals equipped with appropriate technical skills to steer the Indian Power Sector.

  4. VISION NPTI cherishes a vision of value orientation and value addition to national and transnational power and energy sectors through training and human resources development endeavouring to energize people who energize the nations

  5. MISSION Emerge as global leaders in enhancing human and organizational excellence in Power and Energy Sectors by blending frontier Technologies with Management to facilitate HRD interventions that are instrumental in providing reliable, safe, economic and clean power

  6. OBJECTIVES • Primary objectives: • To function as a National Organization for training in the field of - • (a) Operation and Maintenance of Power Stations; and • (b) All other aspects of Electrical Energy Systems including Transmission, Sub-Transmission and Distribution. • To act as an apex body for initiating and coordinating training programs in the Power Sector of the country. • To establish and run Training Institutes for Engineers, Operators, Technicians and other personnel of the Power Sector. • Subsidiary objectives: • To identify and assess the training needs of the Power Sector in the country. • To coordinate the training activities of the various Utilities with those of other Technical Training Institutions and supplement it with the training programs of its own Institutes.

  7. OBJECTIVES • To establish standard norms regarding qualifications and training for personnel of various levels. • To serve as a National Certification Authority for the purpose of Certification of Competence and/or participation to ensure availability of properly trained personnel to man the Electricity Supply Industry. • To initiate, conduct and coordinate the research and development studies in the field of Operation, Maintenance and Management of Power Generation and Transmission Systems and to prepare and conduct specialized training programs thereof. • To establish, maintain and manage laboratories, workshops, experimental transmission lines, sub-stations and other facilities required in pursuance of its objectives. • To collect information and maintain documentation in the field of electricity generation and distribution. • To collect, prepare, edit, print and publish material, papers, periodicals or reports in furtherance of the objectives of the Society. • To organize seminars and workshops. • To enter into agreement with any enterprise or institution or person and provide funds to them for specific training programs, demonstrations, assignments, preparation of training material or technical guidance.

  8. AICTE APPROVED COURSES

  9. B.E. (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RashtrasantTukdojiMaharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur • Eligibility & Intake Qualification: • 12th Std. with minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (for SC/ST, only passing marks required) • 60 +1 (J &K) Seats – General, OBC, SC & ST as per norms • 1/6th seats in Direct Second Year for Diploma holders • Candidates having a MH-CET / AIEEE non-zero score are only eligible to apply • 15% seats are reserved for AIEEE candidates • Selection Criteria • Merit list based on MH-CET Scores & AIEEE Scores • Admission through Centralized Admission Process of DTE (Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra)

  10. BE (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur • MH-CET Scores

  11. BE (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur Course Fees Tuition Fee - Rs. 85,000 per anum Security Deposit - Rs. 1,000/- (refundable) Hostel Room rent - Rs. 20,000/- per year Student Welfare - Rs. 5000/- per annum (Activities, Univ. Fees etc) Boarding charges - As per Actuals

  12. BE (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur • Program Structure: • Four-year Program spread over Eight (8) Semesters. • The Curriculum is designed to impart Basic Sciences, Engineering fundamentals and Power Sector specific subjects approx. in the ratio of 40:60 with theory & practical's. • In first year, students take courses in general engineering & basic sciences. • In the second year, students take up courses on fundamentals of engineering of various discipline relevant to Power Plant Engineering • In the third year, students are exposed to Engineering & technological aspects of Power Plant including Power Plant visits. • In the Fourth year, students take up advanced courses in Power Plant subjects including Power Plant Visits, Simulator Training, Industrial Visits & Project work.

  13. Course Profile • 4 yrs. Degree Course in B.E. (Power Engineering) RTM Nagpur University • The syllabus covers Theory & Practical of • Basic Sciences • Fundamentals of Engg. of various disciplines • Power Plant specific subjects • Scheme Tracing • Industrial & Plant Visits • On-Job Training • Simulator Training • Seminar & Project work related to Power Industry

  14. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) FIRST SEMESTER Theory: 1. Applied Mathematics I 2. Engineering Chemistry 3. Basics of Civil Engineering 4. Engineering Physics 5. Basic Electrical Engineering 6. Engineering Graphics-I Practical: Engineering Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Engineering Chemistry Communication Skill Computational Skills

  15. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) • SECOND SEMESTER • Theory: • Applied Mathematics II • Material Chemistry • Advanced Electrical Engineering • Advanced Physics • Engineering Mechanics • Engineering Graphics • Ethical Sciences • Practical: • Advanced Physics • Material Chemistry • Engineering Mechanics • Engineering Graphics • Workshop

  16. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) • THIRD SEMESTER • Theory: • 1. Applied Mathematics III • 2. Manufacturing Process • 3. Electronic Devices & Circuits • 4. Fluid Power I • 5. Network Analysis • 6. Computer Programming • Practical: • Manufacturing Process • Electronic Devices & Circuits • Computer Programming

  17. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) • FOURTH SEMESTER • Theory: • Theory of Machines • Digital Circuits • Fluid Power II • Engineering Thermodynamics • Basic Electrical Machines • Material Science & Metallurgy • Practical: • Digital Circuits • Fluid Power II • Basic Electrical Machines

  18. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) FIFTH SEMESTER Theory: 1. Heat Transfer 2. Thermal Power Station Layout, Common Aux. & Safety 3. Environmental Management 4. Auto Control 5. Machine Design I Practical: Heat Transfer Machine Design I Power Plant Visits (Scheme Tracing & Visits)

  19. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) • 6TH SEMESTER • Theory: • 1. Energy Conversion I • 2. Thermal Power Plant Control & Instrumentation • 3. Steam Generators & its Auxiliaries • 4. Industrial Economics & Management • 5. Power Generation Techniques • Practical: • Thermal Power Plant Control & Instrumentation • Steam Generators & its Auxiliaries • Industrial Case Studies (Power Plant on the job training )

  20. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) • 7TH SEMESTER • Theory: • 1. Steam Turbines &Its Auxiliaries • 2. Thermal Power Plant Commissioning • 3. Turbo Generator & its Auxiliaries • 4. Machine Design II • 5. Energy Conversion II • Practical: • Machine Design II • Energy Conversion II • Project Seminar –Power Plant Projects

  21. B.E.(POWER ENGINEERING) NPTI-WR, NAGPUR(Affiliated to Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur) 8TH SEMESTER Theory: 1. Switchgear & Protections 2. Power Plant Maintenance Practices 3. Non-Conventional Energy Sources 4. Thermal Power Plant Operation & Performance Practical: Power Plant Operation Practices- SIMULATOR TRAINING Project Work- Power Plant Projects

  22. Competency- Engineering & Power Plant Engineering

  23. B.E. (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur • Core Competencies • Basic Sciences • The courses on basic sciences at initial level of the course helps the students to establish a firm base on science fundamentals which is essential to understand fundamentals of engineering & Power Plant Engineering. • The subjects like Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry, Engineering Mathematics etc., are included to establish a firm fundamental base.

  24. BE (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur • 2. Basic Engineering • The basic engineering subjects are the part of course to create a firm understanding of engineering fundamentals considering that the power engineering being multidisciplinary course the engineering fundamentals base is a must. • The subjects like Engineering Graphics (Drawing), Engineering Mechanics, Electrical Engineering with Theoretical & Practical lessons helps to establish basic engineering knowledge.

  25. BE (POWER ENGINEERING) Western Region, Nagpur affiliated to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur • 3. Core Engineering • The B.E. (Power Engineering) is a multi disciplinary program which requires core competency in various disciplines of engineering like electrical, mechanical, control & Instrumentation, electronics & computer etc. The core engineering subjects in second/third year of the program are aimed at establishing a good knowledge & understanding of core engineering subjects through theory & practicals • The subjects like Auto control, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Energy conversion, Machine design, Fluid Power, Basic electrical Machines, Switchgear & protection, Electronics, computers etc. Theory & practicals establish competency in core engineering subjects to fully understand power plant engineering.

  26. Power Plant Engineering • The ultimate aim of the B.E. (Power Engineering) program is to develop power engineers with strong fundamentals & Practical knowledge of various areas of a power plant. • The power plant engineering subjects are the major part of course curriculum to develop core competency in the areas of Boiler, Turbine, generator electrical system, control Instrumentation, operation, performance efficiency, erection commissioning, maintenance etc., through theory, practicals, visits, on-job training, simulator training, case studies & project work etc. • The subjects like Power plant layout, Power Generation technology, Steam Generator & Auxiliaries, Turbine & Auxiliaries., Turbo Generator & Auxiliaries, Power Plant Erection & Commissioning, Power Plant Operation & Performance, Power Plant Maintenance Practices with frequent visits to power industry. • The practical training through visits to various power plants, Scheme Tracing, On-Job training, case studies & project work etc. helps in firming up the knowledge about power industry. • Hands on training on state-of-the-art full scope Thermal Power Plant Simulator Training develops core competency in power plant operations & emergencies

  27. Pedagogy • Class Room Lectures, Seminars, Case Studies, Group Discussions, Presentations, Assignments, Group Works, Summer Projects, Power Plant Visits, Simulator Training, Industrial visits, Laboratory Training etc. • Assessment (Theory) • Internal Assessment : 20 Marks (2 Class Tests), Attendance (75% Compulsory) • External Exam :80 Marks (Total 10 Questions: 3 from each section compulsory) • Assessment (Practical) • Internal Exam : 25 Marks • University Exam : Viva for 25 Marks

  28. Infrastructure • The institute has its own campus spread over 17 acres • 10 Number AC Class Rooms Complete with VCD Projection Systems • Fully equipped Laboratories & Workshops for practical exposure • 210 MW Full Scope Simulator for Power Plant Operation Training • Dynamic & Static models of various plant equipments

  29. Infrastructure -contd • AC Library with printed & on-line journals, More than 9000 Text & reference book titles, Power Plant manuals & Journals, Audio-Visual training modules, CBT with Book-Bank facility for all students • 235 Seater AC Auditorium • 25 Seater Conference Hall • 240 Seater Separate Hostel with Dining Facilities • Sports facilities such as Badminton, Basket Ball, Volley Ball and Table Tennis etc

  30. Other Activities Industrial Visits • Visits to Thermal Power Plants • Visits to Hydro Power Plants • Visits to Load Dispatch Centers • Visits to Sub Stations Cultural Activities • Fresher's Day Celebrations • Teachers Day Celebrations • Valedictory/Farewell Functions • Annual Social Gathering

  31. Library Books Details: Library Facilities:

  32. Computer Lab:

  33. Details of BE Campus Placement 2004-2011

  34. Student Placement Package Details

  35. Campus Placement Record

  36. Faculty Details (In-House):

  37. Faculty Details (Guest):